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India inks Rs 300-crore deal to buy more 'Balakot' bombs | T2UPDATE

India to buy spy bomb in Rs.300 crores

India to buy spy bomb in Rs.300 crores: T2UPDATE

The Air Force has agreed to buy spy bombs at Rs 300 crore from ISRO.

India inks Rs 300-crore deal to buy more 'Balakot' bombs

Technically, this bomb can attack enemies and targets accurately.
The specialty of the bomb was the use of these bombs to accurately strike the Balagot terrorists camps. Pakistan and China are crying.

Spise-2 bomb blast

The Indian Air Force has decided to buy bombs that destroy the bunkers of the enemy. Indian Air Force Spies-2,000 bombs dropped on terror camps in Balakot These bombs were bent down to the building roofs and cracked 80 kilograms of explosives.
Only the victims are inside:
Only the victims are inside:

Building blocks do not get damaged by the bombs, and the only people who have stayed are the victims. In the meantime, the Indian Air Force has chosen to purchase advanced Spice-2000 
Will completely destroy the bunker bases:
Will completely destroy the bunker bases:

Spike-2000 bombs with mark -84 tip are 429 kg weigh, 129 inches long and 18 inches. The Air Force has guaranteed that these bombs would get them from Israel on the grounds that they would destroy buildings and bunker bases.

India to buy spy bomb Worth Rs 300 crore
Worth Rs 300 crore

The three state government has also agreed to purchase weapons worth Rs 300 crore. The Air Force said it will purchase new bombs based on this order.
India to buy spy bomb Pakistan and China:
Pakistan and China:

The Pakistani military and the extremists attack the Pakistani militant groups, saying that if India used these types of bombs during such a strike, they would be in danger.
China also fears that these modern bombs, which India will be buying, will be threatened by the threat of overwhelming China.

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